Author: Kelley Gibson

Arts Connects Us All-ShaiQuana Bailey’s Story

November 29, 2017 Kelley Gibson News 0 Comments

Our Fall 2017 intern, ShaiQuana Bailey, is many things. A Senior at York College of Pennsylvania pursuing one major and three minor degrees, a strong supporter of York City, and a talented performing artist with York College Theater.  So I asked ShaiQuana to share how the experiences at her internship with the Cultural Alliance brought all of these parts […]

2018 Creative Impact Award Grants now Open!

September 21, 2017 Kelley Gibson News 0 Comments

The Cultural Alliance of York County is currently accepting applications for its Creative Impact Awards Community Grants Program. The Creative Impact Awards Inspire Children, Energize Neighborhoods, and Create Community in York County by funding arts-based projects/programs that impact our region one of two key ways: Contributing to a thriving local economy, and creating a more […]

The Cultural Alliance Seeks Arts in Education Program Director

August 31, 2017 Kelley Gibson News 0 Comments

  The Cultural Alliance of York County is looking to hire a part-time Director to manage the stARTSomething Arts In Education program, one of 14 arts-in-education partnerships in Pennsylvania with Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. The stARTSomething Arts In Education program promotes arts-based learning throughout Adams, Franklin, Fulton and York counties. Schools, community organizations and […]

Your Impact on Our Community

August 11, 2017 Kelley Gibson News 0 Comments

At the Cultural Alliance of York County, we are so proud of our many volunteer solicitors who make so much happen in our community. As the summer comes to a close and we begin work on our Impact report from the past year, we are always impressed with the stories and the impact that the […]

An Artist and an Intern: Roth’s Story

July 21, 2017 Kelley Gibson News 0 Comments

Our Summer 2017 intern, Roth Preap, is many things. A Senior at York College of Pennsylvania pursuing two major and two minor degrees, a great big brother helping out with his family between classes, and a talented musician trying to figure out a way to do what he loves as an artist for his profession. […]

Working for a Non-Profit While Building Your Own: Umbar’s Story

May 26, 2017 Kelley Gibson News 0 Comments

Our Spring 2017 intern, Umbar Kassa, as a lot on her plate. A Senior at York College of Pennsylvania, one of the founding members of the non-profit the Explorative Learning Association seeking to revolutionize education and community discussion, and now tasked with helping the Cultural Alliance spread the word about our 2017 Impact Arts Conference during her internship, […]

PPA Project Stream Grants Now Available!

May 2, 2017 Kelley Gibson News 0 Comments

The Cultural Alliance of York County Announces PPA Project Stream Grants Available 2017-2018 PPA Project Stream Grants are NOW OPEN and accepting applications for arts-related projects in Adams, Fulton, Franklin, and York Counties. PPA Project Stream is a funding opportunity of the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA), a regionalized funding program of the Pennsylvania […]

Call To Action: Help Fight the Elimination of Arts Funding

March 17, 2017 Kelley Gibson News 0 Comments

  The Cultural Alliance of York County works diligently to ensure that York is a place where the arts are an integral component of economic growth and development, tourism, education and everyday life, thanks to our many supporters and donors. Yesterday, the White House released its proposed budget to Congress officially recommending full termination of […]

2017 Creative Impact Awards Announced!

March 13, 2017 Kelley Gibson News 1 Comment

  The Cultural Alliance of York County is excited to announce the winners of the 2017 Creative Impact Awards. These awards help inspire children, energize neighborhoods, and create an interactive community in York County by funding arts-based projects/programs that impact our region by contributing to a thriving local economy, and creating a more connected community. […]